It’s been over a year since the end of “Legion”, the FX series inspired by the “X-Men” comics.
With Dan Stevens, the plot follows the journey of David Haller and how he discovers his mutant abilities as he is at the center of a mental dispute between his father, Charles Xavier, and the evil entity known as by King of Shadows.
Ultimately, David manages to distance himself from the evil influence of the villain and embraces a new path in his life by learning to control his telepathic powers.
During an interview with Collider, Stevens reflected on the outcome of the production and what it was like to be a part of the Marvel Universe.
“The coolest plot twist is that [o showrunner] Noah Hawley had imagined it and it was adorable. I know fans would love to see more seasons, but that’s not always possible. Usually the story ends up losing strength, so it was good to end while we were in creative control. “
“This thing of leaving where we were on the material plane and traveling through the astral plane was magical. I loved being part of this universe because it was an unprecedented experience and I still have fond memories of that time. But it’s all coming to an end, Noah thought of a beginning, a middle and an end, which fit together well over three seasons. It was nice to know where it was going to end because you don’t want to get into something endless and uncertain.
So what did you think of the series?
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In addition to Stevens, the cast includes Rachel Keller, Jean Intelligent, Bill Irwin, Amber Midthunder, Jeremie Harris, Aubrey Plaza, Jemaine Clement, Hamish Linklater, Navid Negahban and Lauren Tsai.
Created by Noah Hawley (‘Fargo’), the series is part of the X-Men Cinematic Universe.
David Haller is a boy with schizophrenia who has spent the last five years of his life in a hospital. Once institutionalized again, David gets lost in the structured routine of hospital life and spends all of his time in silence with his friend Lenny, a patient whose addiction to drugs and alcohol has not at all. diminished his optimism. But David’s life changes with the arrival of a new patient: Syd Barrett. Attracted to each other, David and Syd share a surprising encounter, after which David faces the possibility that the voices he hears are not exactly the product of his imagination.
The cast includes Dan Stevens, Rachel Keller, Aubrey Plaza, Bill Irwin, Navid Negahban, Jemaine Clement, Jeremie Harris, Amber Midthunder, Hamish Linklater and Jean Smart.
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